And The Biggest Bank Boss Loser Is.....

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James Gorman.

According to research undertaken by Equilar and published by the Financial Times, Morgan Stanley's CEO saw his 2012 compensation package fall 20% to a mere $10.4m.

Here's some more big bank boss details:

Jamie Dimon (JPMorgan Chase): $18.7m - minus 19%

Lloyd Blankfein (Goldman Sachs): $13.3m - minus 17.7%

Stephen Hester (RBS): $8.3m - minus 15.2%

Brian Moynihan (Bank of America): $7.0m - minus 1.2%

And the winners ?

Brady Dougan (Credit Suisse): $8.3m + 26.3%

Stuart Gulliver (HSBC): $12.9m + 23.5%

John Stumpf (Wells Fargo): $19.3m + 7.8%

Mike Corbat (Citi), Anshu Jain (Deutsche Bank), Antony Jenkins (Barclays) and Sergio Ermotti (UBS) haven't been in their CEO roles long enough to make a meaningful 2011 v 2012 comparison.

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